Mergers and acquisitions can sometimes be very viable ways of extending a business presence or keeping a business from closing altogether. For some entities, this is an ongoing part of a planned corporate strategy. This can happen in the form of a friendly acquisition, a hostile acquisition, a private merger or a public merger.
Oftentimes, we here at The Law Offices of Levi Williams, P.A. have Fort Lauderdale clients come to us after having supposed contractual partners claim that their agreements had a “cooling-off” period. If you have been put in a similar situation, you may be asking yourself if such a thing actually exists. Even after having gone through numerous rounds of negotiations, it is not uncommon in the business world to have partners begin to have doubts about their decisions to enter contractual agreements. The question is do they then have the right to invalidate their contracts.
Florida employees who have ever experienced a violation of their civil rights in the workplace should be able to count on help in these situations. However, there are times when a business can be confronted with issues that they do not properly respond to. When this happens, some employees are unsure of what to do or where to turn.
Florida businesspersons involving in the development of contracts know that this can be messy business at times. Whether personal or professional in nature, contracts and their accompanying agreements can be very complex. When problems occur related to the terms or execution of a contract, one party can end up filing a claim against the other. A contract dispute can sometimes be settled via a judge and sometimes escalates to a jury decision.
Oftentimes, Fort Lauderdale clients come to us here at The Law Offices of Levi Williams, P.A. facing the potential of losing their employee benefits. If you or your spouse’s employment status has changed, you may have concerns over whether or not your benefits will continue, specifically your group health plan coverage. Healthcare in the United States is the best in the world, yet that quality of care comes at a price. Thus, it’s important that you know what you still may be entitled to should a change in your situation threaten to end your coverage.